First Meeting of the Year

When: Thurs September 16th, 5:30 PM
Where: 205 Mineral Resources Building

Who: Mark Dalrymple

Mark Dalrymple has been a professional programmer for 20 years, specializing in Mac and Unix systems. A veteran of now-dead startups (Visix, arsDigita) and big technology companies (AOL, Google), he’s had code has running on millions of desktops, servers handling hundreds of requests a second, and code in space on the space shuttle. He’s the principal author of “Learn Objective-C on the Macintosh” and “Advanced Mac OS X Programming”, and has been technical reviewer for a half dozen iPhone/iPad programming books. His current project uses mobile technology to bring the worlds of indoor and outdoor cycling together.

Mark will be talking about iDevice-style mobile, and how it differs from the desktop (programming model, resource constraints, etc) He’ll hit the high points of the difficulties (and joys) of the platform, and look at some code along the way.

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